Some really interesting aprons could be made with these instructions for weaving ribbon into a wearable apron. For the holidays, maybe try some polyester metallic gold or silver that usually is sold in wired rolls but the wire can be easily removed. Instructions: This apron requires 14 yards black ribbon 7/8-inch wide and 9 yards
There are 6 in this set starting with July. They are from Workbasket, the sheet being intact so it would seem there were no winter and spring flowers but maybe they only issued half the year at a time.
A bit of bubbly for the new year! I’ve included “2022” on the champagne bottle but it’s easy to remove and replace in the event you are celebrating any other year. You might also add the year to the flags in the “Happy New Year” elephant pattern. Or not.
A single letter monogram is especially useful when one changes husbands like the newspaper at the bottom of the birdcage. What a Capital idea! The initial offerings are rather slim at the moment but shall eventually find it’s place in uppercase society.
The simple bunny pattern could be cut from patterned fabric and line them up in a row around the hem of a little girl’s dress in in a quilt, of course. The butterfly could be embroidered as is or cut out the main body and the wing pieces, layer them up and voila!